He was previously convicted of DUI in 2003, the documents said.
Stitley was arraigned at City Hospital in Martinsburg, W.Va., where he was taken due to his intoxication, according to police and court documents.
By Friday evening, both Stitley and Wisotzkey were being held without bond at Eastern Regional Jail, according to a jail spokesman.
Quiet, friendly couple
Neighbors in the quiet, riverside community of Potomac Heights said the middle-aged couple at 81 Vinca Lane were friendly but quiet, often seen with their two large dogs, Sofie and Gus.
The dogs, a mastiff and a great Dane, were tied up in the yard Friday morning and were taken away by an animal control officer around 10:30 a.m.
Neighbor Donald Purnell, who lives around the bend from the home, said Jack Clem is a contractor who did construction in the Morgantown, W.Va., area, and, more recently, in the Washington D.C. area.
Vickie Clem's son had lived with them previously but had moved out after a dispute, Purnell said.
"Oh my gosh, I can't believe that," Purnell said when he learned of Vickie's death.
Purnell was one of several neighbors who stopped to watch the police activity Friday morning as investigators in latex gloves came and went from the split-level house with police tape in the driveway.
The community, where residents ride on golfcarts over hilly, tree-lined roads to a private river access point, is not a place neighbors expected to find a crime scene, they said.
"When you hear a siren, it's like, you know, 'What's going on?' — you so seldom hear them," said one man, who did not want to give his name.
At the house next door to the Clems' home, neighbor Sherry Rourke said her family had moved to the neighborhood about a month ago because it seemed like a quiet, attractive neighborhood. She said she had been looking forward to meeting the neighbors but had not yet spoken to them.
John Garlitz, who lives three houses down from the Clems on Vinca Lane, said all he knew about the couple was that Jack was a contractor and that they liked to ride motorcycles.
"They're people who really stuck to themselves," he said.